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Supercomputer predicts Premier League table with surprising finishes for Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool.

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Supercomputer predicts Premier League table with surprising finishes for Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool.

Arsenal leads the Premier League coming into the September international break, and they could be in for a historic season.

Mikel Arteta’s team has won six of their first seven Premier League games as they prepare for a crucial match against north London rivals Tottenham after the international break.

The Gunners are one point ahead of both Manchester City and Tottenham after rebounding from their defeat at Old Trafford with an outstanding win over Brentford.

Spurs have taken advantage of their competitors’ poor form to keep pace with Arteta and Guardiola’s teams at the top of the table.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have had a tough start to the season following a busy summer transfer window and the departure of Thomas Tuchel as manager, who was quickly replaced by Graham Potter.

All three of the top London clubs had a busy summer transfer window, with the Blues spending the most of any club after acquiring a total of eight new first-team players, while Spurs bought seven new players and Arsenal signed five.

Chelsea would have had a smoother start, but changes are occurring both on and off the field at Stamford Bridge, with Potter preparing to play Crystal Palace in his first Premier League match in command of the Blues.

Arteta and Antonio Conte will square off for the first time since Spurs beat Arsenal to Champions League football at the end of last season.

Conte’s side defeated Arsenal last time out, but with both teams in top form, it’s building up to be a north London derby for the ages when the two sides meet at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, October 1.

Following an intriguing start to the Premier League season,  Football Web Pages’ supercomputer  has attempted to forecast where Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham will finish by the conclusion of the season.

Surprisingly, the Gunners are presently top of the standings with 86 points, three points ahead of reigning champions City.

Surprisingly, Potter’s former club Brighton are expected to finish level on points with Guardiola’s side after winning all but one of their home games. 

Tottenham are also expected to enjoy a perfect home record, with Conte’s team finishing fourth with 82 points.

Chelsea are expected to finish in the middle of the league, with a disappointing 10th place result.

Given the Blues’ poor start, it may take Potter some time to find the answer to get them firing on all cylinders in what is likely to be a season of adjustment, though a finish in the middle of the table may be overly optimistic.

Liverpool was able to salvage a fifth-place finish after a difficult start, but given their remarkable results in recent years, settling for a Europa League position would be a significant disappointment for Jurgen Klopp’s squad. 

The Reds finished 24 points behind the Gunners, but the supercomputer predicts a momentum shift is on the horizon as Arteta continues to turn his club into champions once more.

West Ham is the only team not likely to win at home, with David Moyes’ squad projected to finish last and be relegated.

The Hammers are predicted to tie 13 games at the London Stadium and earn just one victory over the entire season.

Full predicted Premier League table

1 – Arsenal – 86pts

2 – Manchester City – 83pts

3 – Brighton – 83pts

4 – Tottenham – 82pts

5 – Liverpool – 62pts

6 – Brentford – 60pts

7- Manchester United – 60pts

8 – Leeds – 60pts

9 – Fulham – 59pts

10 – Chelsea – 56pts

11 – Newcastle – 55pts

12 – Crystal Palace- 46pts

13 – Aston Villa – 44pts

14 – Southampton – 39pts

15 – Everton – 33pts

16 – Wolves – 32pts

17 – Bournemouth – 30pts

18 – Nottingham Forest – 28pts

19 – Leicester – 20pts

20 – West Ham – 19pts

Supercomputer predicts Premier League table with surprising finishes for Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool.

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